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Cereal and Wild Oat Phenology and Growth Model. (83CS002)
Program UC IPM competitive research grants program
D.W. Cudney, Botany and Plant Sciences Extension, UC Riverside
W. Bendixon, Cooperative Extension, Santa Barbara County
H. Carlson, Cooperative Extension, Modoc County
L.F. Jackson, Agronomy and Range Science, UC Davis
R.F. Norris, Botany, UC Davis
M. Smith, Cooperative Extension, San Luis Obispo County
C. Weakley, UC IPM, Sutter/Yuba counties
Host/habitat Wheat
Pest Wild Oat
Disciplines Plant Sciences, Weed Science
Start year (duration)  1983 (One Year)
Objectives Establish phenology models for wheat and wild oats.

Use the phenology models to update growth and partitioning models.

Understand and predict the overall interactive effects of weeds, insects, and pathogens in wheat through the use of the models.

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